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Critical Update: How Marines Started 3D Printing Everything From Buckles to Barracks

Written by Paul

October 9, 2018

Getting supplies in a remote location can be difficult for America’s troops. Supply-line logistics is no easy task. But a group of Marines in the Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell are finding ways to use 3D printers to make sure deployed troops can get whatever they need, from buckles to barracks.

 

Ahead of their presentation at the upcoming Bold Showcase, presented by Nextgov and Government Executive, Sam Pratt, a mechanical engineer at the Additive Manufacturing Project Office at Naval Sea Systems Command at the Carderock Naval Base, and Capt. Matthew Friedell, with the Marine Corps’ Rapid Sustainment Office, joined the Critical Update podcast to talk about how their program is changing the way Marines work and […]

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